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Toronto Alternative Fashion Week Deadly Nightshades

Fashion Bites - April 9 - 13, 2008

Welcome to Fashion Bites, a weekly round-up of fashion news in Toronto.

Toronto Alternative Fashion Week is underway and continues until Friday. I'm looking forward to seeing Amie Scott, Krane, Satan's Candy, and The Deadly Nightshades.

(Speaking of Amie Scott, The Grumpy Owl dedicated a post to her.)

Mass Exodus starts and I finally got a media pass. I can't wait to see what this crop of youngsters will produce.

Andrew Sardone talks up the manbag. I've been a fan of the manbag since NYC in the spring.

Carolyn at TFI blog interviews TFI New Labels Competition judge Rita Silvan of Elle Canada.

If you are looking for environmentally friendly rock and roll causal wear, look no further than Toronto-based Chopper Couture. It's the Eco-fashionista's alternative to Juicy Couture.

TorontoStyle.net recaps FUSION V.

Check out the editorials in the Madgam.com Quarterly.

The Iron Chic has fun stuff. 1. Comparison of today's shoe styles to those of the past and 2. French Fashion History series.

UrbaneBloc is thinking what I'm thinking - where's the uniqlo. They also have a Q&A with Toronto's Goodboy Clothing

Fashion Magazine and MySpace have teamed up to create a Canadian fashion portal. They are looking for a few good bloggers to contribute twice a month for a year. Instead of money, you get bragging rights.

Image: The Deadly Nightshades by George Browne


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